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Have You Ever Kept Stingrays?
Topic Started: Apr 30 2009, 11:43 AM (582 Views)
Will
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K. Ummm here's what I know:

Freshwater rays decended DIRECTLY from their SW cousins, as a result, their osmeoregulatory systems are primitive and they produce a LOT of waste. Add to the fact that they are a picky fish, and you have a lot of water changes on your hands. They ARE predatory, so meaty food (silversides, beefheart) is best, and though they can be hand fed, tong feeding is safer. Furthermore, new leos and high-Q wild caughts are TERRIBLY treated during shipping, as a result many may not make it through pet shop sale to you, if they get that far at all. Although rays are livebearers, they are most definetly not like other livebearers, and it take some time to breed them. However, some experts can give you secrets on breeding these beautiful fish.
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